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svn update ONLY on revision directory

From: King, Rogie <RoKing_at_carroll.edu>
Date: 2005-12-12 22:34:22 CET

I currently have a post-commit script working wonderfully, except that
it is a little slow. I noticed that if I run svn update on the base of
my repo, then it takes much longer than running svn update ONLY in the
directory where there were changes. My goal is to make the post-commit
hook run svn update only in the directory that was changed. Currently,
my script looks like this:

 

REPOS="$1"

REV="$2"

 

/usr/local/bin/svn update /usr/home/httpd/domains/www.carroll.edu/site

 

The REPOS variable holds this:

 

trunk/prod-site/public_html/athletics/womensbb

 

I'd like the script to change to something like:

 

/usr/local/bin/svn update /usr/home/httpd/domains/www.carroll.edu/site/
public_html/athletics/womensbb

 

Any ideas/help? Has this been done before?

 

 

 
Received on Mon Dec 12 22:38:15 2005

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